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Verse  12:


உண்ணப் புகுந்த பகனொளித் தோடாமே
கண்ணைப் பறித்தவா றுந்தீபற
கருக்கெட நாமெலாம் உந்தீபற .


The escape of Bhagan* who came to eat,
was prevented;
his eyes were gouged out.
Sing this and fly Unti !
To perish the seeds of embodiment,
fly Unti !

(*Sun)

Arunachala Siva.

5342
Verse  11:


ஆட்டின் தலையை விதிக்குத் தலையாகக்
கூட்டிய வாபாடி உந்தீபற
கொங்கை குலுங்கநின் றுந்தீபற.



Sing how He fixed a goat`s head to serve as Daksha's head and fly Unti !
With heaving breasts,
fly Unti !


Arunachala Siva.

5343
While so, I  began to feel a compulsive desire to possess a Vibhti pouch.  In those times, only Brahmins
and ascetic sadhus used to carry their pouch.  I was now in a dilemma  - on the one hand not daring
to ask anyone for a Vibhuti pouch, and on the other, being unable to overcome my longing to possess one.
Once again, the compassionate Lord Siva, as Gangadhara, came forward to quench the burning thirst
of a tender child.

Again appearing in my dream, He informed me that there were a few coins lying underneath a particular
huge tree, by the very shore of the pond where I bathed daily. The Lord Siva advised me to pick them up
and use them to buy the cloth pouch.  Telling no one, I rushed to the pond next morning immediately
on waking and made a search under the tree.  And what wonder!  I did find three quarter ana coins
lying amidst its twisted roots.  Grabbing them with delight, I washed them clean of mud and took them
home.  To avoid being caught shopping  by anyone I waited until dark, then visited a store and inquired
the price of a Vibhuti pouch.  It came as a surprise when I was told that it would cost three quarter anas!
The exact amount I had unearthed from under the tree!  I tendered the change, bought the pouch and
kept it with devout care at home.

Contd.,

Arunachala Siva.       

5344
Verse  10:

வெஞ்சின வேள்வி வியாத்திர னார்தலை
துஞ்சின வாபாடி உந்தீபற
தொடர்ந்த பிறப்பற உந்தீபற.


Sing how the angry and contrary performer of the sacrifice met with his death and fly Unti !
To snap continuing embodiment,
fly Unti !


Arunachala Siva.
 

5345
Verse  9:


புரந்தர னாரொரு பூங்குயி லாகி
மரந்தனி லேறினார் உந்தீபற
வானவர் கோனென்றே உந்தீபற.



Indira became a pretty cuckoo and flew to a tree.
So say and fly Unti !
Also affirm that He is the King of the Devas and fly Unti !

Arunachala Siva.

5346
Verse  8:


பார்ப்பதி யைப்பகை சாற்றிய தக்கனைப்
பார்ப்பதென் னேஏடி யுந்தீபற
பணைமுலை பாகனுக் குந்தீபற.

O friend,
desist from looking at Daksha who proclaimed His enmity towards Paarvati and fly Unti !
Unto Him Whose Consort is blessed with buxom breasts,
fly Unti!


Arunachala Siva.


5347
Verse  7:


வெய்யவன் அங்கி விழுங்கத் திரட்டிய
கையைத் தறித்தானென் றுந்தீபற
கலங்கிற்று வேள்வியென் றுந்தீபற.


When fierce Agni gathered havis in his hand to eat it,
His hand was severed.
So say and fly Unti !
Say that the sacrifice was thwarted and fly Unti!

Arunachala Siva.


5348
Verse 6:


ஆவா திருமால் அவிப்பாகங் கொண்டன்று
சாவா திருந்தானென் றுந்தீபற
சதுர்முகன் தாதையென் றுந்தீபற.

Alas,
Vishnu consumed havis and barely survived.*
Say so and fly Unti !
Say he is the father of the four-faced and fly Unti !

(*Vishnu survived because, He had earlier done puja to Siva, by giving one of His eyes when the
thousand lotuses were short by one.)

Arunachala Siva. 

5349
Verse 5:



சாடிய வேள்வி சரிந்திடத் தேவர்கள்
ஓடிய வாபாடி உந்தீபற
உருத்திர நாதனுக் குந்தீபற. 


When assailed the sacrifice collapsed and the Devas fled away;
of such fleeing sing and fly Unti !
To please Lord-Rudra,
fly Unti !


Arunachala Siva.

5350
Verse 4:


உய்யவல் லாரொரு மூவரைக் காவல்கொண்
டெய்யவல் லானுக்கே உந்தீபற
இளமுலை பங்கனென் றுந்தீபற.



He saved the three who merited survival,
His greatness.
Yet,
He was valiant to smite.
Fly Unti !
With the heaving of your young breasts,
fly Unti!


Arunachala Siva.

5351
Verse 3:


தச்சு விடுத்தலும் தாமடி யிட்டலும்
அச்சு முறிந்ததென் றுந்தீபற
அழிந்தன முப்புரம் உந்தீபற.


When the chariot was ready He placed His foot on it.
The axle broke !
Fly Unti !
Yet perished were the citadels.
Fly Unti !

Arunachala Siva.



5352
Verse  2:



ஈரம்பு கண்டிலம் ஏகம்பர் தங்கையில்
ஓரம்பே முப்புரம் உந்தீபற
ஒன்றும் பெருமிகை உந்தீபற.



Two arrows we beheld not in Ekampar's hand.
For the three citadels,
one would do.
Fly Unti !
Even one was too many*.
Fly Unti !


(* Even that one arrow was more because Siva smiled at Tripura and destroyed it.)

Arunachala Siva.

5353
Tiru Undiyar:

Undi is a game played by girls by standing on the tip of the toes, in two groups and one group
praising Siva and the other group supporting it.

This describes the victory of Jnana.

Sri Bhagavan's Upadesa Undiyar is on this style.


Verse  1:

வளைந்தது வில்லு விளைந்தது பூசல்
உளைந்தன முப்புரம் உந்தீபற
ஒருங்குடன் வெந்தவா றுந்தீபற.


Bent was the bow;
the rumpus broke out;
The citadels three perished.
Fly Unti !
They were burnt simultaneously.
Fly Unti !

Arunachala Siva.

5354
53.  If anything shines apart from me, it is due to illusion.  Anything apart from me is like magic.  There is
no doubt apart from me, nor there is 'cause and effect'  apart from me.

54.  All this is just Brahman; I am He - this is the meditation.  All this is spoken by the Lord. Such alone
must be the certitude.

55.  Why repeat this so much.  O Yogi?  Have this certitude ever. The rare one who attains this conviction
becomes Brahman oneself.

56.  This world of forests and hills is not apart from Sankara.  This world of demons is verily that Lord of gods.
It is revealed to the subtle intellect that the body, mind and movements, the sheaths and the one who
shines amidst there is but He, the supreme Siva.

57.  The eyes, the ears, the mind and the vital airs manifest from the expanse of the heart within.  Inspired
by the latent tendencies they course through and in the end merge therein alone.  Then the mind becomes
illumined as the Heart that is inaccessible to the senses, the speech and the mind.  Such nectar of Brahman
alone is referred to as the consort of mountains born Girija (Siva).

Thus concludes the chapter 18, a dialogue between Ribhu and Nidagha entitled 'The dialogue between
Ribhu and Nidagha in the 6th amsa called Sankara in Sri Siva Rahasyam.

concluded.

Arunachala Siva.         

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General topics / Re: Tevaram - Some select verses.
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Verse 230:


மின்னார் சடையார் தமக்காளாம்
    விதியால் வாழும் எனைவருத்தித்
தன்னா ரருளால் வரும்பேறு
    தவத்தால் அணையா வகைதடுத்தே
என்னா ருயிரும் எழின்மலரும்
    கூடப் பிணைக்கும் இவள்தன்னைப்
பொன்னார் இதழி முடியார்பால்
    பெறுவே னென்று போய்ப்புக்கார்.



"I am happily destined to live the life of a servitor
Unto the Lord whose matted hair flashes like lightning;
She grieves me, and by her tapas prevents me from
Enjoying the beatitude due to me by the Lord's grace;
She binds my dear life with the beauteous flowers
That she weaves into garlands; well, I will receive her
From my Lord who wears on His crown a chaplet.
Of golden Konrai flowers." Thus resolved he moved
Into the temple.

Arunachala Siva.

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